Trisha Yearwood Shares Her And Garth Brooks' Recipe For A Happy Marriage

Trisha Yearwood Shares Her And Garth Brooks' Recipe For A Happy Marriage

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Long before Trisha Yearwood was a lifestyle guru, she was on the top of the music charts, selling out concerts and performing for adoring fans. The "She's in Love with the Boy" singer was, and still is, a critical success, and her working and personal partnership with Garth Brooks has something to do with it.

After two divorces, Yearwood realized that maybe the man of her dreams had been right in front of her for years. In the 2000s, after Brooks ended his marriage to his college sweetheart, he took time off from music and eventually romantically reconnected with Yearwood after nearly 15 years of friendship. A love blossomed and the pair became engaged in May 2005 and got married later that year.

They recently celebrated their 11th anniversary.

"We have been friends for such a long time. Our relationship is based on a very deep friendship that we've had, so we were in the position of knowing each other as friends before we ever went on a date," Yearwood told HuffPost of their marriage during a recent Build Series interview. "I think a lot of times you are ― just speaking for myself ― down the road in your relationship before you really get to know the person well enough to get to know if you really like them or not, and liking someone is as important as loving someone. And so we laugh a lot. When we're not all lovey-dovey and passionate, we're still best friends, so it's just the way it works."

Yearwood, who stars on an Emmy-winning cooking show, "Trisha's Southern Kitchen," and has a new line of products with Williams Sonoma,says Brooks is not just her husband but a true partner in life.

"He's whatever I need him to be; He can be my best friend, he can be my lover, he can be my shopper ― if I need a dress for an event and I don't have time to go shopping, this guy can buy a dress and it's gorgeous and it fits ― he's fantastic," she said. "He's all those things that you need him to be and I think at the center of it is a true respect and love for each other, and a friendship."

Something else that helps Brooks' case is his coffee-making skills.

"My husband doesn't drink coffee ― which I don't trust people who don't drink coffee, but I do love him ― but he makes my coffee every morning and he makes really good coffee, so he can stay," she joked.

Watch the full interview with Trisha Yearwood below.

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